Pantheon Macroeconomics - Friday's PMIs were supposed to provide the first reliable piece of evidence of the coronavirus on euro area businesses, but they didn't. Instead, they left economists dazed, confused and scrambling for a suitable narrative.

Eurozone | 24 Feb 2020 The PMIs are Lost in Translation, Here is What You Need to Know
Friday's PMIs were supposed to provide the first reliable piece of evidence of the coronavirus on euro area businesses, but they didn't. Instead, they left economists dazed, confused and scrambling for a suitable narrative.

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24 Feb 2020 The PMIs are Lost in Translation, Here is What You Need to Know

By Claus Vistesen

Friday's PMIs were supposed to provide the first reliable piece of evidence of the coronavirus on euro area businesses, but they didn't. Instead, they left economists dazed, confused and scrambling for a suitable narrative.

Posted: 24th Feb 2020 in 'Eurozone'

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